Frank Donaghue's letter to NY Times in response to the Times' exposé about the inadequate and defunct health care system in asylum and immigration detention centers.
Statement of Support for Dr. Binayak Sen's travel to Washington, DC, to receive the 2008 Jonathan Mann Award for Health and Human Rights...
117 human rights organizations based in 41 countries around the world, working in the fields of health and human rights write to urgently voice concern over the arrest and trial of men in Egypt for alleged homosexual conduct, apparently based on the men's suspected HIV serostatus.
Frank Donaghue's letter to the New York Times in response to revelation that a 2003 Justice Department memo gave broad authorization to the military to use extreme interrogation methods on detainees.
At the request of Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL), PHR submitted a statement for the record as part of "Rape as a Weapon of War: Accountability for Sexual Violence in Conflict" hearing held on April 1st, 2008 by the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Human Rights and the Law Subcommittee.